Dynamic duo (both in art and in life) Anthony Wayne and Kendrell Brown bring to the Great White Way the story of Sylvester, drag queen extraordinaire and performer of the eclectic dance hit “Queen of Disco” this June. He was stricken down by AIDS at the young age of 41. The play is being co-produced by Sheryl Lee Ralph, of Dreamgirls fame, founder of the Diva Foundation to benefit those afflicted with AIDS/HIV.
Baltimore OUTLoud sat down recently with the creators to talk about exactly what the fabulous Sylvester meant to the LGBTQ movement, to the Foundation, and to humanity as a whole.
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